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Christians, are we being wise with the words orphan and fatherless?
We still use “orphan” or “fatherless” a lot in the church when we’re talking about adoption and foster care, even when those words don’t fit with our current culture or a specific circumstance. Why? Continue reading
Posted in Adoption, Advocacy, Families, Foster Care, Key Ministry Tagged Adoption, children's ministry, church, fatherless, Inclusion, Key Ministry, language, orphans, Shannon Dingle, student ministry, words 16 Comments